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  1. Hi There, I face this issue as well since Plex 1.22.1.4200. I tried reinstalling Intel Compute Runtime (ICR) manually in the container, but no luck, still failing... So I came back to the scripted solution I proposed about four months ago which will compile and install the old Intel Beignet driver : Same advice as before, it takes a few long minutes to install, but it works !!! An you need to reinstall it each time Plex container is updated and this issue still remains...
  2. I can transcode in hardware 5 4K HDR streams concurrently on my i5-9600k with embedded UHD630, as I mentioned a few weeks ago:
  3. Hello, It seems LSIO updated its Plex container which now includes up-to-date intel drivers, working with the last Plex version with HW transcoding and HDR tone mapping support. If you previously used my 1st script, you can remove it and update Plex container, if you used the one which requires to create an intermediate image, just edit the container configuration, and remove ":opencl" at the end of "Repository" keeping only "linuxserver/plex", then click on apply. It should download properly everything again and put you back in the original track. This may leave you
  4. Hi @linuxserver.io, It seems there is an issue regarding the support of 3 last gens of intel CPUs while using this Plex App with HW HDR to SDR tone mapping. It seems one of your devs created a working solution, creating the OpenCL branch in this container GitHub here: https://github.com/linuxserver/docker-plex/tree/opencl Shall I ask you if there is any plan to provide this solution in the main tree, so we can all benefit of it without hack/trick ?
  5. I believe the best is to ask for it in the thread of the Plex container you are using. For the LSIO one: I actually totally forgot to ask them, and LSIO team may even not be aware of the need for many to fix this issue...
  6. Actually, the old script doing compilation eats CPU and takes long time to execute, at least in my environment, but it has the nice ability to be really adapted to Docker in Unraid, so it actually doesn't break anything (hopefully), and so can be used still. The new script on the other hand, is much faster as no requiring compilation, and the GPU driver is officially supported by Intel, so by many aspect it's providing a better solution. But it's not fully adapted to Docker GUI in Unraid, and brakes the fancy container update process, so it requires a manual process for each upgrad
  7. I would try using just a laptop/desktop browser like chrome or Firefox, to see if it works. If it does, then you face a client issue, if not it’s a server one... Envoyé de mon iPhone en utilisant Tapatalk
  8. BTW, the whole purpose of the script I proposed before was to achieve the same: 4K transcode with HDR to SDR tone mapping. So this new approach is meant to be easier.
  9. Yes, 4K HDR transcoding with HW support for Intel GPU is provided
  10. *** Update *** So by investigate further, I could find that: Plex team did update their code to support official Intel NEO Runtime drivers But the required minimal version for these Intel NEO Runtime drivers is 20.36 which are not just so simple to install There was a new branch created on Linuxserver's Plex GitHub, allowing easy installation of this. But it's not directly available from them using their Plex container app, yet. Then I guess it will not take long to get this formerly available from them. Waiting for that, if you want to go ahead
  11. It will be fine for a reboot, but it's not permanent, it will require to be applied again in case of Plex container update
  12. Yes 6.9+ is required. Last 6.9.0-rc works as well, I just did the update before answering to you. Take care to follow the new path to expose your GPU to the container as explained a few posts before:
  13. @Pixel5 Compilation and everything looks good. So maybe your GPU is not correctly exposed inside the container. Should you try (with the correct container name): docker exec -it plex ls -lh /dev/dri Mine returns this : root@Plex4:~# docker exec -it plex ls -lh /dev/dri total 0 crw-rw---- 1 root videoScqPbdA6 226, 0 Dec 13 18:05 card0 crw-rw---- 1 root videoScqPbdA6 226, 128 Dec 13 18:05 renderD128 So if all this is fine, it may signify your GPU is not already supported by this unsupported driver... Just checked the code on GitHub and you GPU PCI-ID is in i
  14. @Pixel5 CPU should work and container also.... Should you provide the lines before those ones? Actually, I'd need the end of the compilation, showing the result and supposedly the failure of it, so it maybe possible to investigate.
  15. @Pixel5 it seems the compilation didn't go right for your CPU... Which CPU are you using ? This requires Linuxserver.io Are you using this plex version or another one? Should you provide the 20 lines of the execution above the one you provides ?